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Apache Maven 2 Effective Implementation by Maria Odea Ching, Brett Porter

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Installing Archiva

Before we start installing Archiva, let's first take a quick look at how it all started and where it is now.

Archiva became a top-level project at the Apache Software Foundation in March 2008, but it has been around as a sub-project of Apache Maven since 2005. The first-ever release of Archiva was 0.9-alpha-1, followed by the 0.9-alpha-2 release. Joakim Erdfelt re-vamped the whole source code and previewed it to the community. After the re-vamp, development picked up as other developers (including myself) started being active in the project again. Moreover, two years after the project started, 1.0 was officially released to the public. As of the writing of this book, the latest Archiva release is 1.2.1.

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